Tinali Cafe

Tinali Cafe

  • Share a moment, share a cake
  • In english Tinali means tying. Guess that’s why there’s lots of ropes used in their designs.
  • It’s the first Bohemian cafe we’ve been to.
  • Basically, you’d want to visit here for some drinks and snacks.
  • Its a coffee shop and a cupcake shop! Yup cupcakesssss!!

Ambience

It’s the first bohemian cafe we’ve been to.
  • So if you’re wondering what Boho or Bohemian style is, it usually embraces the fashion of hippies or anything that promotes “free spirits”.
  • The cafe is full of hand made designs
  • Try to appreciate the small details when you visit the cafe
  • They also sell some handcrafted materials in the cafe, check them out!

Menu

Drinks, Pasta, Pastries, Snacks You have to love their passion in to creating recipes of their own.
I grabbed these from their facebook page, its wayyy clearer than my pics.
Look at the prices! and the cakes too of course.
Chicken Nachos and Tinali’s Pasta
Apologies for the blurred and few pictures of the food, its something we need to get better at.
Anyways, we’ve ordered the crowd favorite Tinali’s Pasta and Chicken Nachos. One more not in the picture is the Camote Donut
1. Tinali’s Pasta – from the moment you enter the place you could tell that it is owned by an Igorot, and this original pasta of theirs is proof!
Garnished with chili and mani, this has to be your uncle’s favorite.
2. Chicken Nachos – a good for sharing order.
3. Camote Donut – well you’ve got to try the house specialty. Its good and we actually bought half a dozen to let the folks back at home taste it, and well, they approved of it!
you have to love their passion in to creating recipes of their own.

Summary

Location: 2nd Floor F&M Building IB-52 Km. 6 BESIDE Pizza Hut Bldg. They are below Flex Gym and next to Moya’s Massage
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Operating Hours: 9AM – 8PM
Parking: ✓
Average cost for two people: 200
Food:★★★★
Value for money:★★★★
Recommendation: ★★★★
Final Comments:
  • Tinali Cafe is your to go cafe when you’re in La Trinidad
  • I would go back here to try out more of their original recipes on eats, drinks and of course cakes!
  • You might see a lot of students as their price is student friendly plus they’re just in front of Benguet State University.
  • Best time to visit is when it is time for some snacks or desserts!
  • IT IS A MUST to try their Camote Donuts, take some home while your at it.
Questions or thoughts?
What cafe should we try out next when in La Trinidad?
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